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    Default TB110 - question on 3 pt hydraulics??

    I had a boom pole on the rear of my TB110 this past weekend. I had some skidding tongs hooked to a rather large tree top and was attempting to pull it out into the open where I could cut it up and pile it on the stump to burn. I lowered the boom pole pretty low so as to minimize the risk of the tractor rearing up in the front (its heavy with a FEL). I had the tractor in low turtle and very slowly let it move foreward. As the pressure and wt. of the tree top increased with the chain tightening, my 3 point arms went to the ground. I backed up and they came back up again. This is the newest tractor I have ever owned. Is this a safety mechanism to prevent flipping, or are my rear hydraulics flawed?

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    Default Re: TB110 - question on 3 pt hydraulics??

    Quote Originally Posted by pharmvet View Post
    I had a boom pole on the rear of my TB110 this past weekend. I had some skidding tongs hooked to a rather large tree top and was attempting to pull it out into the open where I could cut it up and pile it on the stump to burn. I lowered the boom pole pretty low so as to minimize the risk of the tractor rearing up in the front (its heavy with a FEL). I had the tractor in low turtle and very slowly let it move foreward. As the pressure and wt. of the tree top increased with the chain tightening, my 3 point arms went to the ground. I backed up and they came back up again. This is the newest tractor I have ever owned. Is this a safety mechanism to prevent flipping, or are my rear hydraulics flawed?
    With a big load far behind the pins on the three point, you may have caused the relief valve to blow open.
    Last edited by Jerry/MT; 01-17-2013 at 03:29 PM.

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    Default Re: TB110 - question on 3 pt hydraulics??

    Is that ok, or have I caused damage?

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    Default Re: TB110 - question on 3 pt hydraulics??

    Quote Originally Posted by pharmvet View Post
    Is that ok, or have I caused damage?
    The releif valve is there to preclude system damage so I would say that damage is unlikely.

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    Default Re: TB110 - question on 3 pt hydraulics??

    Thanks Jerry, Used it this weekend and everything seems to be working ok.

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    Default Re: TB110 - question on 3 pt hydraulics??

    Glad to hear that.

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